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After five long years of living with Derek, her former bad-boy-turned-metrosexual boyfriend, Jamie Ross finally reaches her breaking point. She’s had enough of his sneering disdain for her second hand wardrobe, unusual family, and low-paying job as the associate producer of Chicago’s sleaziest daytime talk show. When her new boss plans a segment on reuniting lost loves, Jamie remembers Lucas, her first love and the boy she’d lost ten years earlier. Spurred on by her gang of quirky friends, Jamie goes on a hilarious, disastrous, and life-changing hunt to track Lucas down. But are some loves best left behind?
“The razor sharp banter between the characters had me laughing out loud on several occasions. Most impressive, in my opinion, was the author’s ability to draw such fleshed out, believable characters…” -Meredith Schorr, author of Blogger Girl, A State of Jane and Just Friends with Benefits
“I give this book a five out of five star rating! Go out and get this book.” –Marlene Engel, Chick Lit Central
“I really loved this book and it is going on my Favorites List!” –Samantha March, author of Destined to Fail and The Green Ticket and founder of Chick Lit Plus
“I loved absolutely everything about this book!” –Sabrina-Kate Eryou, The East Village
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A KIND OF MAD COURAGE–ANTHOLOGY (All proceeds from sales of this book go to the Guthy-Jackson Charitable Foundation)
Nineteen authors from around the world were given six weeks or less to produce “a story involving a mother somehow.” The result is a gorgeously eclectic collection of tales that will make you laugh, cry, and truly appreciate the “mad courage” of motherhood.
Laura Chapman, Francine LaSala, Nikki Mahood, Heather McCoubrey, and Karen E. Martin each present unique takes on impending motherhood, while Sheryn MacMunn, kc wilder, and Julie Valerie portray the end of the journey. Samantha Stroh Bailey, Louise Wise, and Maria Schulz show the pride and peril of dealing with teenage daughters, while Elke Feuer, Diana Shafter Gliedman, and Donna Valenti demonstrate that a mother’s work is never done, even under the craziest of circumstances. Regina-Cash Clark, Wendy Janes, and Monique McDonell explore the impact on lives in which mothers go “missing,” while Carey Heywood and Jen Tucker warm your heart and tear it out, respectively.